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the country have seen the video that you saw first. we showed tape to experts on the use of tasers. vic lee on what they are saying about it. >> trying to get his hand behind his back. >> don is a former police officer who trains law enforcement on the use of weapons and proper use of force when making arrests. cameron reviewed the video of 64-year-old peter mcfarland being tased by a deputy in june of last year in his own home. mcfarland had been treated by paramedics for injuries when he fell down his steps. suddenly two sheriff's deputies arrive. this is from a camera mounted on deputy's taser. he says he is going to take him to the hospital because she is suicidal. >> we're going to take you to the hospital. >> mcfarland says it was just a crack he made because of pain of his injuries. he says to get up but mcfarland refuses while his wife says he has a heart condition. he tased not once but three times before he is handcuffed. >> put your hands behind your back [ bleep ]. >> stop resisting, stop resisting! stop resisting [ bleep ] stop resisting. stop resisting. stop resisting! stop re
here in the bay area, the case is being closely followed. david louie tells us what's at stake. >> reporter: cifornia passed a law five years ago to stop the sale and rental of violent video games to minors. it was blocked by legal challeng and struck down. now it's going to the u.s. supreme court. its author welcome has definive decision. >> it's crying out for some direction as to how we can have a rather succsful video game bill. so i'm really hopeful. >> reporter: the case ll be heard this fall with state attorney general jerry brown arguing such laws should be allowed. on the other side is the entertainment softwar association which represents the video game industry. we talked to spokesman rich taor in washington via skype. >> if for some reason the state of california is able to say what can and can't be sold or marketed, that's not -- the is a reason to believe that stops with one form of entertaient. it could go to movies and books and music. >> reporter: at issue whether violent video games are harmful and whether they should be kept out of the hands of young people
, california, as early as this week. >> they are using children as hostages. a stunning admission that they are only interested in covering healthy people and not sick people. >> the move would only apply to new policies and would not affect existing child only policy holders and family plans provided through parent's work. the insurance industry fears parents will buy policies only when children become sick, causing a huge expensive group to insurance with not enough premiums to cover the cost. >> if we have a system where people can drop in and out only when they need it the most it won't work. >> child only policies are a small market geared towards families who make too much to qualify for the public program. >> just because we -- our kids get sick or come up with the diseases. >> pediatricians insist it is more expensive to let kids go without insurance and stay sick. >> when you are letting those kinds of conditions go untreated, under treated then you are having more emergency room visits and more optimizations, increasing healthcare costs. >> a bill on governor schwarzeneg
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